Collaborative leadership in voluntary organisations
Collaborative leadership in voluntary organisations

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Collaborative leadership in voluntary organisations

6 Summary of Week 4

This week you were asked to think about the unknown – the things that you don’t know that you don’t know. Conceptually, this is one of the hardest things to think of in leadership. This approach to the unknown was divided into two sections. First, you looked at a practical way of analysing the language used in organisations, as a fruitful means of approaching unknown problems and possibilities for leadership work. Second, you considered an approach to asking wicked questions, which should open up new spaces of thinking.

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